SPECIAL TOUR: Roman ruins, vineyards, art, olives and oil press

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Date: Wednesday, 25th November 2020

A day full of impressions! This is a very special excursion: the Roman ruins of the city of Acinipo, near Ronda, with impressive views. Visit of vineyards and organic wine cellars as well as an olive grove with art and oil press

vinos aceites ronda acinipoWe start this very unusual day with a visit to the impressive ruins of Acinipo, also known as the old Ronda, where the Romans had their vineyards and new wineries have been created for some time. A place full of history, in the upper part of the old town we can still see the theater, almost a thousand meters above sea level, and in the lower part there are remains of much older round houses that were inhabited by Iberian tribes in the Bronze Age.

vinos aceites ronda kieningerFrom Acinipo we drive to one of the organic wineries near Acinipo, walk through the vineyards, learn about the cultivation and production of the wines during this guided visit, and can then taste the wines accompanied by "tapas". After the visit, we can have lunch at a nearby country inn before continuing our journey.

vinos aceites ronda arteAfter lunch we will visit an organic farm with olive trees near Ronda, an approx. 1 hour guided tour of the farm, surrounded by nature, surprises and sculptures. The visit ends with a tasting of organic oils where we learn how to distinguish the oils.

Difficulty:

dificultad1 Easy - we walk about an hour at each of the three places we visit, the Acinipo archaeological site, the vineyard, and the olive grove.

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Please bring:

Comfortable sports shoes, sun / rain protection, water.

Pick-up:

Estepona 8:30
Marbella: 9:00

Estimated return:

19:00

Price 88€

Included: 

  • Guided tour of the winery, tasting with tapas
  • Guided tour of the farm and mill, olive oil tasting 
  • Insurance and transport to the starting point and back

 

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Early prior registration is essential

 

 

 

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